Filipović Zoran
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NameFilipović Zoran


LocationNaselje Sunca
Time zoneUTC+2
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BlogBlog Malog pingvina

Hello! My name is Zoran Filipović. I was born on 7 February 1968 in Belgrade. I'm a graduate mechanical engineer. I am the founder and owner of the registered serbian software company Mali pingvin. As a blogger, I post articles on the websites Blog Malog pingvina.[1] I live and work in Serbia, Belgrade.

Network ContributionEdit

Comprehensive TeX Archive NetworkEdit

Starting 2010, I appear on the Comprehensive TeX Archive Network as a contributor and author of eleven programming packages, in terms of adapting TeX packages to Serbian language.[2] Packages are available in CTAN, and can be downloaded via MiKTeX and TeX Live distribution.

Participation in the Wikipedia projectEdit

On Wikipedia, I registered November 22, 2013 at 3:49 pm, starting work March 7, 2015, at 16:03, when I created and edited articles. My first activity on Wikipedia was on the article Hans Christian Andersen where I set up a new external link.

At the beginning of March 2018, I participated in the editorial marathon: Women-Shadow Leaders, initiated by the Swedish Foreign Office as a global WikiGap event, aimed at reducing the difference in articles on men and women. This event, in cooperation with Wikimedija Srbije, was organized in Belgrade, when I created and edited the article International Women's Year. In the middle of April 2018, I participated at the fourth local conference of the Wikipedians - WikiLive2018: Factory of ideas and positive energy![3]

By December 31, 2020, my global contributions are: 793 Wiki Search; 1441 wikidata and 7 submitted files; 30.049 changes in 19 projects.[4]

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Starting from September 1, 2017 I donated to the Internet projects CTAN, MiKTeX, Let's Encrypt and Wikipedia. The total amount of donations for these four projects until December 31, 2020 is 50 euros, 55 dollars and 5,000 serbian dinars.[5][6][7][8][9][10]

Internet freedomEdit

I am publicly speaking against PIPA and SOPA legislation.

See alsoEdit

  • Библиографије МФ: 21—25, Машински факултет Универзитета у Београду, Београд, 1996.
  • Мирослав Бенишек: Хидрауличне турбине, Машински факултет Универзитета у Београду, Београд, 1998. стр. 4.


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